Windows 10's next update is the April 2019 update, which is version 1903 and was coded 19h1 under development. It has a bright theme, quick improvements and lots of polish. There are no crazy new features like My People or Timeline.
This article contains everything new as Insider Preview build 18323, released on January 24, 2019.
Fast Enhancements (thanks to better spectrums)
The news of Specter shook the industry in early 2018. Specter is a design flaw in the CPUs and it allows the applications to escape their constraints and read other program spaces. Microsoft patched Windows to help block Specter attacks, but the resulting patches reduced computer performance in some scenarios, especially on 2015 and earlier computers, which do not have the CPU features needed to speed up the fix.
Now, a change in the update in April 2019 seems to virtually eliminate these performance penalties and increase your PC backup. Specifically, Microsoft enables "retpoline" and "import optimization." All you need to know is that your computer will be faster, and you don't even have to think about it. But here is a detailed document from Microsoft explaining how these optimizations work if you are interested in the details.
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7GB of computer storage space reserved for updates
Microsoft continues to change the Windows 10 update name scheme. The October 2018 update is called Redstone 5 under development, and the previous four were also "Redstone" editions with different numbers. To make things even easier, the April 2019 update was named 19H1, as it was scheduled to be released in the first half 2019.
It sounds simple, except that Microsoft has already abandoned the new naming system and will change after The releases after 19H1 are reported to be coded "Vanadium" and "Vibranium", as the Windows 10 team customizes the name with the Azure team.
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Zoom (and more) in the console
Windows 10- The console now lets you zoom in and out. Just hold the Ctrl key and scroll with the mouse or trackpad. With the standard Consolas fonts, the text in the console dares to look good and doesn't look pixelated, no matter how much you zoom in. The image aspect ratio remains the same so the text will not attack on different lines.  There are also some new experimental console features that you can customize. Right-click any console window on the title list, select "Properties" and click the "Terminal" tab to find them. For example, you can configure the text input cursor color and shape.
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More automatic troubleshooting
Windows has had troubleshooters for a while but you have to know what kind of problem your computer had and then navigate to the right debugger. Now you can only navigate to Settings> Update and Security> Troubleshoot. You will see a list of recommended debugging tools that Windows believes can fix your problem.
In fact, Windows is now trying to fix some problems in the background now. Here's what Microsoft says about it:
Microsoft can automatically fix some critical issues on your Windows device to keep it running. For example, we can automatically restore default settings for critical services, adjust feature settings to match your hardware configuration, or make other specific changes required for Windows to work normally. Critical troubleshooting occurs automatically and cannot be turned off.
Windows can also perform recommended background troubleshooting. To check if this happens, go to Settings> Privacy> Diagnostics and Feedback. Under Recommended Troubleshooting, select "Ask Me Before Fixing Problems", "Tell Me When Problems are Solved" or "Fix My Problems Without Asking. By default, Windows 10 is set to ask.
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The next update of Windows 10 can also hide messages while watching videos or using any other full-screen app thanks to an improvement in Focus Assist. Focus Assist can already hide notifications while playing one completely screen game, but now it can work when you use any app, whether it's a video player, a full screen or a web browser after you press F11.  Related: Windows 10's next update will hide messages while watching videos
Notebook Enhancements, Again
Yes, Microsoft is still working on notebooks – even after all the improvements back in the October 2018 update.
Microsoft has also made changes to how notebooks handle encodings. The status bar now shows the encoding for the open document. The notepad can now save files in UTF-8 format without a Byte order mark, which is now standard. This makes Notepad more compatible with the web, where UTF-8 is standard and it is also backward compatible with traditional ASCII.
Notes will now have an asterisk in the title bar when the current file has been changed and not saved. For example, if you work with a file named Example.txt and make some changes, the title list will say "* Example.txt" until you save the file.
New shortcuts are also available. Press Ctrl + Shift + N to open a new Notepad window, Ctrl + Shift + S to open the Save As or Ctrl + W dialog box to close the current Notepad window. Notepads can now also save files with a path longer than 260 characters if you set a larger MAX_PATH on your system.
There is also a new Help> Send Feedback option that opens the Feedback hub in the Notepad category so you can give feedback to Microsoft.
More improvements and changes
You can see a banner at the top of the settings app's home page "With your Microsoft account and links to common tasks like your phone, Windows Update and Microsoft Rewards, for some reason.
The official release of Emoji 12 comes in March 2019, and Microsoft added new emoji in Windows 10 as preparation. As always, you can press Windows + (period) to open the emoji panel anywhere in Windows 10. They are also available on the touch screen.
Windows 10 now supports kaomoji in emoji pickers, too. Kaomoji is a Japanese term that translates into "face signs. For example, (╯ ° □ °) ╯ (┻━┻ a popular kaomoji.
And when you open the emoji panel, you can now click or move and drag it to move it.
File Explorer now shows "friendly dates" by default, so, instead of dates like "1/23/2019" you will see dates as "Yesterday", "Tuesday", "January 11" and "February 16, 2016."
You can disable this on the right-click at the top of the columns in the File Explorer window and deselect "Use friendly dates." This will give you the old format.
The storage settings page has also been slightly redesigned. Go to Settings> System> Storage to see a summary of how your space is used.
The Settings> Time and Language> Date and Time screen will get a "View now chronicle "button to immediately synchronize the clock with an internet time server. It also shows you when the time was last synchronized and the address of your system's current internet time server. This will help if your time is wrong for some reason, for example, if Windows does not change your clock properly for DST.
The setup app can now configure advanced IP settings for Ethernet connections. For example, you can configure a static IP address or set up your favorite DNS server. Previously, this was required using the control panel. Go to Settings> Network and Internet> Ethernet, click your Ethernet connection name and click "Edit" under IP Settings to find these options.
Windows Update has had "Active Hours" since the anniversary update. You can tell Windows when you use the computer and it does not automatically start the computer during these hours.
In the April 2019 update, you can enable a new "Automatically adjust active hours for this device based on activity" setting and Windows automatically set your active hours so you don't have to think about them. This option is available under Settings> Update and Security> Windows Update> Change Active Hours.
There is now a new globe-shaped icon that appears when the computer has no Internet connection. This replaces earlier single icons for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and cellular data connections.
Windows now also has a microphone status icon. This icon appears in the message when an application uses your microphone. You can use the mouse over it to see which application is using your microphone. Click on it to open Settings> Privacy> Microphone screen.
Windows Security app-Windows 10's built-in antivirus and security software – now has a reshaped "Protection History" box. It shows you more information about detected threats and available actions. For example, besides the threats detected by the Windows Defender antivirus program, blocks that are initiated by controlled folder access are also displayed.
Windows Security now also has a new "Tamper Protection" option. When enabled, this setting protects important security settings. For example, it limits changes to many of the options governed by the Windows Security app, unless you open the app and make the changes. This prevents programs from changing them in the background. To enable this setting, go to Windows Security> Virus and Threat Protection> Virus and Threat Settings.
You can set a default tab in the Task Manager. This tab opens when you start the task manager. To do so, use the option> Set Default Tab in Task Manager.
The task manager now shows the high DPI awareness of the processes on your system, so you can see more information about which applications should work properly with high DPI displays. To find this option, open Task Manager, click the Details tab, right-click the headings at the top of the list, click "Select Columns", select "DPI Awareness" from the list and click "OK."  Microsoft also activates the "Fix Scaling for Apps" option by default. This helps to fix blur applications on high DPI screens. This has been added to Windows 10 again in the April 2018 update, but Microsoft by default left it disabled as conservative.
The login screen now has an "acrylic" background to interfere with Microsoft's new "Fluent Design System". Previously, it had more of a blur – that is another visual effect.
Considering floating design, Microsoft also adds shadows to Microsoft Edge's context menus and other parts of the operating system.
The start menu design has also been tweaked a little. It has more "Floating Design" touches and icons in the menus.
The Windows Hello option on Settings> Accounts> Sign-in Options has been redesigned. All available login options are now available in a single list and each option has an explanation below it.
You can now also configure Windows Hello to work with a physical security key (like a YubiKey) directly from the Settings app.
The Quick Action Brightness Disc in Action Center is now a slider that makes it much easier to quickly change the screen brightness. You can now right-click on a quick action plate and select "Edit Quick Actions" to quickly edit your tiles directly from the sidebar without opening the settings app.
With the keyboard, you can now enter more symbols. To find them, press the old "& 123" button to see symbols and numbers, and then press the new "Ω" button, see additional symbols. These symbols are also integrated into the emoji picker.
Same touch keyboard now helps you write more accurately by dynamically adjusting the targets around each key. So, if you often suspect a letter by tapping a little left or right, it learns. This happens invisibly, under the hood.
With Windows, you can now select a color and size of the cursor. You can make the cursor bigger and change color, making it easier to see. Go to Settings> Easy Access> Cursor and Pointer to see available options.
Even more changes!
There are always many new changes in these Windows 10 buildings. Even this is not a complete list! But here are some more:
- App Updates : Various apps included in Windows have been updated, as usual. For example, the Snip & Sketch app has several options for working with screenshots, including the ability to add a limit to them and print them. It can now take delayed screenshots on a timer and screenshots of individual windows as well. Sticky Notes 3.0 is available, and it finally syncs your notes between computers. The Mail and Calendar app now has a navigation button to open Microsoft To-Do. The game bar has a built-in gallery so you can see display screenshots and video clips, right from the Game Bar interface. The Office app has been redesigned to be based on the new Office.com experience. It helps you start Office apps on your computer, install those that are not and find recently used Office documents.
- Cortana + Microsoft to do : Cortana now adds reminders and tasks to lists in Microsoft To-Do. So when you say that Cortana will add milk to your grocery store, you will see that milk appears on the "Grocery store" list in the Microsoft To-Do app.
- Consistent display brightness : The brightness of your monitor does not change automatically when you connect it to a charger. Previously, you have lowered the screen brightness and it can be brighter when you connect it. Now it will automatically remember your desired brightness – even when you connect it.
- Download folder sorting : Windows 10 The download folder will be sorted by "latest" by default, which adds the most recently downloaded folders at the top. This has always been an option, but it was not standard. If you have selected a default sorting method, your existing setting will not change.
- Disc Cleanup Warning : The Disk Cleanup Tool now displays a warning when you click the "Downloads" option, warning that this is
- Windows Update Reboots : Windows Update can now restart the computer immediately after installation of updates instead of waiting for a more comfortable time. This is an optional setting that you can enable if you want, and Windows Update will be more watchable by default.
- Start Menu Reliability Improvements: The Start menu becomes more reliable. The start was previously part of the ShellExperienceHost.exe process but is now its own process: StartMenuExperienceHost.exe. If a problem occurs with the main ShellExperienceHost.exe process, the Start menu should still be responsive. This also makes it easier for Microsoft to troubleshoot problems with the Start menu.
- Native RAW Support : Microsoft adds built-in RAW image format support often used by professional photographers to Windows 10. Open the Microsoft Store and install the "Raw Image Extension" package to use it. This makes it possible to use thumbnails, previews and metadata of RAW files in File Explorer. You can also view RAW images in apps like Photos after installing the package.
- Fonts management in settings : Fonts management is improved. You can now drag and drop font files on the Settings> Fonts page to install them. You can click a font on this page to display its fonts and details or uninstall a font from here. (This installs the font for a single user. To install the entire system, right-click a font file normally and select "Install for all users.")
- Clipboard history Redesign : The clipboard history viewer is returned in the October 2018 update has a new one, more compact design. Press Windows + V to open it.
- Streamlined PIN Restored : When you log on to Windows 10 with a PIN code, you can click on the "I Forget My PIN Code" link and you will see a new, streamlined Reset Your PIN code directly from the welcome screen.
- Colors in the Taskbar Jumplists : If you say that Windows should display your accent color on the taskbar in Settings> Customization> Colors, the skipping lists that appear after you are correct
- Windows subsystem for Linux : Windows Subsystem för Linuxs WSL-kommandoradsverktyg har nu nya alternativ, inklusive
- exporteraalternativ för import och export av Linux-distributioner med hjälp av tjärarkivfiler. Microsoft konsoliderar också saker – kommandot
wslinnehåller nu alternativ från kommandot
wslconfigoch Microsoft planerar att bara uppdatera kommandot
wslmed kommandoradsalternativ i framtiden.
- FLS Slot Limit Increase : Microsoft hämtade Windows 10: s FLS (Fiber Local Storage) spårfördelningsgräns. Detta är särskilt användbart för musiker, som kommer att kunna ladda mer unika plugins till sina DAW-enheter (digitala ljud arbetsstationer.) Detta kommer också att hjälpa någon annan applikation som vill ladda hundratals eller tusentals unika DLL-filer.
- Förstärkare förbättringar : Författaren har en funktion "Läs efter mening" som du kan instruera att läsa nuvarande, nästa och föregående meningar. Berättaren fungerar också bättre med Google Chrome, vilket är meningsfullt, eftersom Microsoft Edge en dag kommer att baseras på Chromium, den open source-programvaran som ligger till grund för Google Chrome. Berättaren kommer nu att varna dig om Caps Lock-tangenten är på när du börjar skriva.
- Återställ den här PC Redesign : Gränssnittet "Återställ det här datorn" som återställer datorn till dess ursprungliga tillstånd, har redesignats lite, och det har också ett nytt "Narrator Home" -gränssnitt som visas när du aktiverar Narrator.
- Insiderinställningar Redesign : Inställningarna för Windows Insider i Inställningar> Uppdatering & Säkerhet> Windows Insider Program har också blivit strömlinjeformade och förenklat, men alla samma alternativ finns fortfarande kvar.
- ] Ljud i anmälningsområdet stannar detsamma : I tidigare Insider-byggnader av 19H1 experimenterade Microsoft med att låta ikonen för ljudikonen öppna Ljud-sidan i inställningsappen. This change has been reverted, and the option in the volume icon’s context menu will now open the classic desktop volume mixer window.
- My People: Microsoft may kill Windows 10’s “My People” feature at some point, but this hasn’t been officially confirmed.
Other new features include support for additional languages throughout the operating system. For example, SwiftKey’s typing intelligence now supports languages like English (Canada), French (Canada), Portuguese (Portugal), and Spanish (United States). If you write in Vietnamese, the touch keyboard now supports Vietnamese Telex and Number-key based (VNI) keyboards. Windows now also contains an Ebrima font that supports ADLaM documents and web pages, which is the language of the Fulani people, who predominantly live in West Africa.